The BC League for Ethical Action on Drugs in May of 1994 sent a questionnaire to all 295 members of parliament.
On March 10th Constable Jewett walked into Back to the Garden, a hemp store in Prince George. Constable Jewett took a look around, and then spoke to the owner, Darren Rinaldi, about the legality of selling High Times magazine and books detailing how to grow cannabis.
Cannabis Canada explores the issue of BC herion overdose deaths
An in-depth look at Canada's proposed new drug law. Taken entirely from the testimony received by the sub-committee which analyzed the bill.
Events in Cannabis History from September to November, 1994.
The Church of the Universe is a religious group centered in Ontario that considers cannabis to be the tree of life and therefore a sacrament. They are involved in a number of legal battles stemming from this belief. On July 17th, Brother Daniel Morgan, a member of the Church of the Universe, was found murdered in his home -Ed
It's December 31st, 1994, and an incredible year for me at HEMP BC comes to an end. 1995 heralds a very ambitious program, but first, a reflection back...
What is Bill C-7?
In late 1993 farmer Joe Strobel and engineer Geof Kime, formed Hempline, Inc., and applied to the Canadian federal government for a license to grow industrial grade cannabis sativa. Until this point no Canadian farmer had grown hemp for fibre -legally or illegally- for several decades. This is Joe Strobel's description of how the application process went and the result of the planting. The following is an only slightly-edited speech by Tillsonburg farmer Joe Strobel to the Canadian Hemp Association Toronto seminar in early September 1994. -Ed